This week’s student schedule:
South Buffalo Elementary School, the High School, and the Middle School will revert to full remote instruction on Monday, January 25, through Tuesday, January 26.
Buffalo Elementary School will return to its normal schedule on Monday, January 25.
Friday, January 29, is a Teacher In-Service day, and there will be no school for students that day.
Dear Parents and Students,
Welcome to South Buffalo Elementary School where our students always come first! At South Buffalo, you will find a talented, outgoing, engaging, and caring staff dedicated to helping each child reach their full potential. We are supported by an active PTO, parent volunteers, caring families, and a strong school community.
South Buffalo Elementary offers a rigorous course of study that includes the essential core academic areas such as English Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies, and Science, as well as the fine and applied arts consisting of music, art, physical education, library, and computer applications. Students in 4th and 5th grade receive instruction in health, and may participate in the choral and band programs. An innovative maker education program is integrated in the curriculum as part of our makerspace initiative. Literacy skill development is supported and enriched through our Accelerated Reader program, and assistance is provided by a robust RTII and Title I support system. South Buffalo Elementary students participate in the Olweus Anti-Bullying Program and Responsive Classroom with a concentrated focus on recognizing kind acts and positive behavior between and amongst our students.
Please take your time and visit our website. It is our hope that you will find our website to be a valuable resource of information about our amazing school, programs, and events. The partnership between parents and the school is a catalyst to student success, and I encourage you to get involved at South Buffalo with your child’s education, as there numerous opportunities throughout the school year for parent participation. If you have any questions at any time during the school year, please feel free to contact me or any other staff member. We would be happy to help you!
Jeffrey S. Lesko